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Thread: BIOS flash gone wrong




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    You cannot flash a card and magically create and on-die temp sensor, unless you are some sort of magician.

    You aren't getting Overdrive. Not like you need it anyway.

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    Soul, didn't you know he was a magician? :confused: He can magically make the core have a die on it. :p
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    I did think about that.. But I never read up on ATI's Core diffrences on the 9600 Pro and Xt

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    Quote Originally Posted by AsianBatman
    Soul, didn't you know he was a magician? :confused: He can magically make the core have a die on it. :p
    .... You don't understand, do you? :)

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    I don't know.. I have adhd.. I thought i did.. i just ignored it. Now i'm not even sure what's going on.

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    On-die meaning a temp sensor in the core itself...

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    Well i knew that.. Just thought he was talking about something else

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